ACROPLAflC DIP P| H<L«5>ITATIO/i WALTZ. a AIR.Q.HCPBURTI WIL50/1 i ttW ri5^CR^ ^nCWy°RK B o^^ 5T .B ^T /1 /-lALtcki ic*. Cfll^iflV a Aeroplane Dip. HESITATION WALTZ - VALSE BOSTON. Tempo di Valse. m ARTHUR PRYOR. Piano. S §t gJTgP 3 l.h. "if r it* m 1 M. *.• W r jgEi Ug-: is te : ^ * p ^N% '.Rather slow. ^ — ^ - £ fe S ^ §i m m s i» « j? ^f ^ /T\ #f^ fe ^ » ■*gf h$ nm m i m w£_ irf 4 & P -f- m ± * '» Oi IP f^i a 4 S ^ «/ * $ m f iM S ^M f ; -fr - ttr * f * Hi s ^ fc§ #^p ■ * s 4 IP s m m ^5 2& gift f - S » fe PP a * j? } r * /#£? i ^ 15 £ r» ' £H *« cresc. m % * =* ^ x » iTf — ff i-3- f f « i ff P « -«-• P » 17692-4 Copyright MGMXIV by Carl Fischer ; N. Y. International Copyright secured. Tf * # m m ? « ^ j» ee. -tS 1 - i f to * P J P^ ^ I; I- it Fff ' S E-rr PK £ _22 F tit*-* J2 Hi =§ V - * t ^ • # 112 A A £ ^ s IBS £ f ^ * * 1 z t 71 ** ^ 1 :■»■• -fit* ^: ^ £ rttg ii & s t X" 3fc =* & s y * 7 i # I 21 m IS i k* ^3 u fejt i * # #■ f ^ 15 s fcJt i fff iS s^ =5 4f I m •©-• 3 •«■' £ S^ & m fe i ii "ST* i -s- 1 £ £ 2& m p *_* * ^ # * * -£-* 23 y P 2 i ;^N cresc mm p §^ej i f IW k a A— 5 y* m a -<**- ^2 3 ^ 5= ** 17692-4 1 tt 4 P ^m i A A A i * El y* ^ M 'z m £=£ r A 42. if ^? *^t- r \ \ rrf 1^ A p i A * i Ji *t ^ $*m * #t is # S» z hM jsr m § p 1 1 nr ■^ ini ?F S * : | |f -T3 J fcl E^ fc^ w ^ i jo ^P Life. ^ ^-^ p -t*- 2 - y W" ikzzb: ^ ^ ^ 17692-4 Canoeing. ARTHUR PRYOR Pryor's latest composition, quiet and dreamy. Indeed beautiful, and so realistic in conception as to forcibly and irresistibly remind one of summer skies, rippling waters, and shady nooks. PRICE 50 CENTS. "After Sunset" Intermezzo. **•*>» 4BTHUR PRYOi. A composition of entrancing beauty, and attractive to the public taste beyond the wildest dreams of author or publisher. Immensely popular among professional musicians. PRICE 50 CENTS. "Razzazza Mazzazza" Iff % »HTHUR PStOR ( f}T*_f ;» - J^iii r Ts*~ •gl *-f-+~» _ /' [ Styled by Pryor an Extravaganza, and exactly that, both in name and nature. A wonderful success during past seasons, and apparently destined to remain such for many seasons to come. PRICE 50 CENTS. A «weet, dreamy, melodious number; an aggregation of beautiful harmonies, exquisitely arranged. Its entrancing strains are simply irresistible, both to old and young. PRICE 60 CENTS. Arthur Pryor AMERICA'S GREATEST BANDMASTER and one of the MOST ORIGINAL, VERSATILE AND PROLIFIC WRITERS OF THE DAY. A Composer of Outspoken Individuality and FOREMOST as a writer of ATTRACTIVE and SUCCESSFUL COMPOSITIONS in the POPULAR STYLE Other of Pryor's Successful Compositions. Aeroplane Dip Hesitation Waltz " .60 Afifi March .50 Arcade Girl March and Two-step .50 Arms of America March .50 Artful Artie March and Two-step .50 Baby Parade Characteristic Two-step Patrol .50 Blood Lillies March and Two-step in Japanese style .50 Broadway Tango 50 Canhanibalmo Rag 50 Captain Cupid March and Two-step .50 Danny and his Hobby-horse Characteristic Caprice .50 Egyptian Love Dance 50 Frau Louisa Comedy Waltz .50 Goody Two-Shoes Caprice .50 Irish King (The) . . . .March and Two-step .50 On Jersey Shore March .50 That Flying Rag 50 Toute la Nuit (All Night) . . . One-step .50 Triumph of Old Glory (Our President's) March .50 Ye Boston Tea-Party March and Two-step .50 CARL FISCHER COOPER SQUARE. NEW YORK BOSTON:- CARL FISCHER CHICAGO:- LBMALECKI0C 3SO BOYLSTON ST 337 S WABASH A VE Teddy -After- Africa. Humoresque Two-Step. -1 ARTHUR PRYOR> C ! > f • i i rrTi f ~ \-p * _ ~x* * £m»«w 1909 tito/^u*.,.^ it**, The most screamingly ludicrous musical composition ever conceived. A winner from the start ! Has every other musical Humoresque beaten to a frazzle. PRICE 50 CENTS. FROZEN BILL. BAG. ARTHUR PRYOR The raggiest of all the rags ; a cnaracteristic composition in Pryor's best style, and worthy of performance by the most severely critical artist. PRICE 50 CENTS. In Lover's Lane. Tone Poem. ARTH!'» J>*YOR Allegro moderate Delightful and refreshing ; conjuring up reminiscences of days long since gone by, and sure to f.r.d a welcome in hearts both old and young. PRICE 50 CENTS. The Whistler and His Dog. Caprice. CwOM '90S »» One of Pryor's most famous and popular compositions ■ — always sure of an encore if performed with due re- gard lor the composer's original intentions, PRICE 50 CENTS.